Thousands of survivors of the Holocaust visit a prestigious villa in Caesarea every month and participate in cultural, workshops and music activities there and throughout the country, in addition to warm countries and humanitarian aid offered to them by the personal people involved in the Israeli system.
Six years ago, The Dental Treatment Project was born and focuses on bringing dental aid to survivors in need. Partnering with Jewish Voice International, an organization stationed in Arizona, USA, Helping Hand Coalition has helped hundreds of survivors receive financial assistance for major dental work! On July 24th, HHC hosted a concert event for Holocaust survivors living in Or Akiva who participated in the Dental Treatment Project, so they could meet and get to know those involved in creating the project on a deeper level. It was a joyous afternoon, full of smiles and new friendships.
Artists from around the world give their works to survivors of the Holocaust.
A unique and heart-warming project is currently taking place across Israel, initiated by the Helping Hand Coalition.
Since before the establishment of the state of Israel, Poland has played a crucial role in its politics, culture, lifestyle, and history. The first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, was Polish-born; and in […]
As HHC begins to slow down for Israel’s hot summer, on July 8th we hosted a small group of thirteen survivors from Survivors of Nazism, located in Hadera. Bozena Gasiorowski welcomed everyone to the villa and shared her excitement for the day’s musical talents — Alyosha & Jody Ryabinov, David Forman, Claudia, and Dagi — to perform.
Dr. Andre Gasiorowski took part in the first round table workshop on improving relations between Poland and Israel on Monday, July 1 “Israel and Poland are interested and have to overcome the misunderstandings to reach agreements and upgrade diplomatic relations between them,” says Dr. Andre Gasiorowski, Chairman of Yad La’Aza L’Israel Forum, following a round table workshop on improving relations between Poland and Israel at the Daniel Abraham Center for Strategic Dialogue at Netanya Academic College.
Artists from around the world gift their artwork to Holocaust survivors.
Beauty for Ashes is a project that was started by Jörn Lange and is the name of a group of Christian artists who paint prophetic pictures for Holocaust survivors. That artists and painters pray before they start to paint and they are convinced that God can speak to people through art.
This week, five events were hosted by Helping Hand Coalition, organized by Alexander and Cecilia Dietze, HHC representatives. Beginning on the 25th of June until the 2nd of July, a group from Artists for the Holocaust Survivors traveled around Israel to exhibit their paintings to groups of Holocaust survivors.
Artists from around the world give their works to Holocaust survivors.
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– Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Nes Cijona. We played five days in a row with the audience. The performance “Irena Sendler-Justice” won the hearts of the Israeli audience. There were tears, there were a lot of conversations, there was a very good and warm welcome – writes Jarosław Papis, a Polish Jew, head of the Hatikva Foundation, producer of the show shown in Poland and Israel.
“Israel and Poland are interested in and must overcome the misunderstandings to reach agreements and upgrade their diplomatic relations. This is not the time for quarrels and disputes between the countries,” says Dr.Andre Gasiorowski, chairman of the World Forum for Helping Israel, for a round table workshop on the topic. Improving relations between Poland and Israel on Monday, July 1 at the Daniel Abraham Center for Strategic Dialogue at Netanya Academic College.
Helping Hand Coalition is constantly looking for people to get involved in working with Holocaust survivors and bringing aid to those who are alone and without simple commodities. For one very special night, on June 22nd, HHC hosted a charity pop-up and auction to help the dreams of seven special Holocaust survivors come true.